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Earth history and the passerine superradiation

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Earth history and the passerine superradiation. / Oliveros, Carl H.; Field, Daniel J.; Ksepka, Daniel T.; Keith Barker, F.; Aleixo, Alexandre; Andersen, Michael J.; Alström, Per; Benz, Brett W.; Braun, Edward L.; Braun, Michael J.; Bravo, Gustavo A.; Brumfield, Robb T.; Terry Chesser, R.; Claramunt, Santiago; Cracraft, Joel; Cuervo, Andrés M.; Derryberry, Elizabeth P.; Glenn, Travis C.; Harvey, Michael G.; Hosner, Peter A.; Joseph, Leo; Kimball, Rebecca T.; Mack, Andrew L.; Miskelly, Colin M.; Townsend Peterson, A.; Robbins, Mark B.; Sheldon, Frederick H.; Silveira, Luís Fábio; Smith, Brian Tilston; White, Noor D.; Moyle, Robert G.; Faircloth, Brant C.

I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Bind 116, Nr. 16, 2019, s. 7916-7925.

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Oliveros, CH, Field, DJ, Ksepka, DT, Keith Barker, F, Aleixo, A, Andersen, MJ, Alström, P, Benz, BW, Braun, EL, Braun, MJ, Bravo, GA, Brumfield, RT, Terry Chesser, R, Claramunt, S, Cracraft, J, Cuervo, AM, Derryberry, EP, Glenn, TC, Harvey, MG, Hosner, PA, Joseph, L, Kimball, RT, Mack, AL, Miskelly, CM, Townsend Peterson, A, Robbins, MB, Sheldon, FH, Silveira, LF, Smith, BT, White, ND, Moyle, RG & Faircloth, BC 2019, 'Earth history and the passerine superradiation', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, bind 116, nr. 16, s. 7916-7925. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1813206116

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Oliveros, C. H., Field, D. J., Ksepka, D. T., Keith Barker, F., Aleixo, A., Andersen, M. J., ... Faircloth, B. C. (2019). Earth history and the passerine superradiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(16), 7916-7925. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1813206116

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Oliveros CH, Field DJ, Ksepka DT, Keith Barker F, Aleixo A, Andersen MJ o.a. Earth history and the passerine superradiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2019;116(16):7916-7925. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1813206116

Author

Oliveros, Carl H. ; Field, Daniel J. ; Ksepka, Daniel T. ; Keith Barker, F. ; Aleixo, Alexandre ; Andersen, Michael J. ; Alström, Per ; Benz, Brett W. ; Braun, Edward L. ; Braun, Michael J. ; Bravo, Gustavo A. ; Brumfield, Robb T. ; Terry Chesser, R. ; Claramunt, Santiago ; Cracraft, Joel ; Cuervo, Andrés M. ; Derryberry, Elizabeth P. ; Glenn, Travis C. ; Harvey, Michael G. ; Hosner, Peter A. ; Joseph, Leo ; Kimball, Rebecca T. ; Mack, Andrew L. ; Miskelly, Colin M. ; Townsend Peterson, A. ; Robbins, Mark B. ; Sheldon, Frederick H. ; Silveira, Luís Fábio ; Smith, Brian Tilston ; White, Noor D. ; Moyle, Robert G. ; Faircloth, Brant C. / Earth history and the passerine superradiation. I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2019 ; Bind 116, Nr. 16. s. 7916-7925.

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title = "Earth history and the passerine superradiation",
abstract = "Avian diversification has been influenced by global climate change, plate tectonic movements, and mass extinction events. However, the impact of these factors on the diversification of the hyperdiverse perching birds (passerines) is unclear because family level relationships are unresolved and the timing of splitting events among lineages is uncertain. We analyzed DNA data from 4,060 nuclear loci and 137 passerine families using concatenation and coalescent approaches to infer a comprehensive phylogenetic hypothesis that clarifies relationships among all passerine families. Then, we calibrated this phylogeny using 13 fossils to examine the effects of different events in Earth history on the timing and rate of passerine diversification. Our analyses reconcile passerine diversification with the fossil and geological records; suggest that passerines originated on the Australian landmass ∼47 Ma; and show that subsequent dispersal and diversification of passerines was affected by a number of climatological and geological events, such as Oligocene glaciation and inundation of the New Zealand landmass. Although passerine diversification rates fluctuated throughout the Cenozoic, we find no link between the rate of passerine diversification and Cenozoic global temperature, and our analyses show that the increases in passerine diversification rate we observe are disconnected from the colonization of new continents. Taken together, these results suggest more complex mechanisms than temperature change or ecological opportunity have controlled macroscale patterns of passerine speciation.",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Earth history and the passerine superradiation

AU - Oliveros, Carl H.

AU - Field, Daniel J.

AU - Ksepka, Daniel T.

AU - Keith Barker, F.

AU - Aleixo, Alexandre

AU - Andersen, Michael J.

AU - Alström, Per

AU - Benz, Brett W.

AU - Braun, Edward L.

AU - Braun, Michael J.

AU - Bravo, Gustavo A.

AU - Brumfield, Robb T.

AU - Terry Chesser, R.

AU - Claramunt, Santiago

AU - Cracraft, Joel

AU - Cuervo, Andrés M.

AU - Derryberry, Elizabeth P.

AU - Glenn, Travis C.

AU - Harvey, Michael G.

AU - Hosner, Peter A.

AU - Joseph, Leo

AU - Kimball, Rebecca T.

AU - Mack, Andrew L.

AU - Miskelly, Colin M.

AU - Townsend Peterson, A.

AU - Robbins, Mark B.

AU - Sheldon, Frederick H.

AU - Silveira, Luís Fábio

AU - Smith, Brian Tilston

AU - White, Noor D.

AU - Moyle, Robert G.

AU - Faircloth, Brant C.

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Avian diversification has been influenced by global climate change, plate tectonic movements, and mass extinction events. However, the impact of these factors on the diversification of the hyperdiverse perching birds (passerines) is unclear because family level relationships are unresolved and the timing of splitting events among lineages is uncertain. We analyzed DNA data from 4,060 nuclear loci and 137 passerine families using concatenation and coalescent approaches to infer a comprehensive phylogenetic hypothesis that clarifies relationships among all passerine families. Then, we calibrated this phylogeny using 13 fossils to examine the effects of different events in Earth history on the timing and rate of passerine diversification. Our analyses reconcile passerine diversification with the fossil and geological records; suggest that passerines originated on the Australian landmass ∼47 Ma; and show that subsequent dispersal and diversification of passerines was affected by a number of climatological and geological events, such as Oligocene glaciation and inundation of the New Zealand landmass. Although passerine diversification rates fluctuated throughout the Cenozoic, we find no link between the rate of passerine diversification and Cenozoic global temperature, and our analyses show that the increases in passerine diversification rate we observe are disconnected from the colonization of new continents. Taken together, these results suggest more complex mechanisms than temperature change or ecological opportunity have controlled macroscale patterns of passerine speciation.

AB - Avian diversification has been influenced by global climate change, plate tectonic movements, and mass extinction events. However, the impact of these factors on the diversification of the hyperdiverse perching birds (passerines) is unclear because family level relationships are unresolved and the timing of splitting events among lineages is uncertain. We analyzed DNA data from 4,060 nuclear loci and 137 passerine families using concatenation and coalescent approaches to infer a comprehensive phylogenetic hypothesis that clarifies relationships among all passerine families. Then, we calibrated this phylogeny using 13 fossils to examine the effects of different events in Earth history on the timing and rate of passerine diversification. Our analyses reconcile passerine diversification with the fossil and geological records; suggest that passerines originated on the Australian landmass ∼47 Ma; and show that subsequent dispersal and diversification of passerines was affected by a number of climatological and geological events, such as Oligocene glaciation and inundation of the New Zealand landmass. Although passerine diversification rates fluctuated throughout the Cenozoic, we find no link between the rate of passerine diversification and Cenozoic global temperature, and our analyses show that the increases in passerine diversification rate we observe are disconnected from the colonization of new continents. Taken together, these results suggest more complex mechanisms than temperature change or ecological opportunity have controlled macroscale patterns of passerine speciation.

KW - Biogeography

KW - Climate

KW - Diversification

KW - Macroevolution

KW - Passeriformes

U2 - 10.1073/pnas.1813206116

DO - 10.1073/pnas.1813206116

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 30936315

AN - SCOPUS:85064414554

VL - 116

SP - 7916

EP - 7925

JO - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

JF - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

SN - 0027-8424

IS - 16

ER -

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